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The phone can be set to show some or all of its menu functions. Do as follows: Press the Menu selection key. Press Press four times (PHONE SETTINGS appears). twice (MENU LIST appears) Press the Select selection key. Press the Select selection key. Move the pointer ( ) to Complete (show all menu functions) or Short (show some menu functions) with or. Press the OK selection key. Press the C key to exit the function.
Please read the previous chapter Keys, Display Indicators and Connectors carefully. Pay special attention to the section on the selection keys since the correct use of these keys is essential for the operation of your phone. For more information on different menu functions, see chapter Menu Functions.
THE SIM CARD
The phone can only be used with a valid miniature plug-in SIM card. The card is supplied by your network operator or service provider. Note: The network operator or service provider may prevent the use of the phone with any other but the operators or providers own SIM cards. If an unacceptable SIM card is inserted, the message INVALID SIM CARD will be displayed. Should this happen, contact your dealer or network operator. The SIM card contains all information (the phone number, etc.) the cellular network needs for identification of the network user. In addition to the identification information required by the cellular network, the SIM card contains memory space for phone numbers and related names. This memory is called the SIM card memory (memory A). The memory in the phone is called the phone memory (memory B). You may switch between the SIM card memory and the phone memory within Menu 8 1. Switch off the phone and wait for a few seconds before removing or inserting the SIM card. The SIM card and its contacts can be easily damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful when you handle, insert or remove the card. Note: Keep all miniature SIM cards out of small childrens reach. INSTALLING THE SIM CARD Before installing the SIM card, switch off the phone (using and remove the battery. To remove the battery: )
Open the cover of the SIM card reader by sliding it back (1). Open the SIM holder by pulling the metal catch in the direction "Open" (2). Lift the holder into vertical position (3).
2. 3. 1.
Slide the card into the holder. Make sure that the bevelled corner of the card is uppermost (see the picture) and that you can see the gold contacts of the card.
Close the holder by pushing it towards the phone.
Press the catch on the top of the battery (1). Next, pull the battery back (2) and lift it away from the phone (3).
Making a call while you have a call in progress You may have up to two calls in progress at the same time (network service). Of these two calls, one will be active (the person you are calling can hear you) and the other on hold (the person cannot hear you).
For subscription to this function, contact your network operator.
During a call, key in or recall from memory the other phone number that you want to call.
One of the calls may be a conference call where up to five persons may participate at a time.
To put the first call on hold, press and hold the Menu selection key for a second, move the pointer to Hold and press the OK selection key. Press to dial the phone number. As the call attempt is made (CALLING is shown), you may cancel the new call by pressing the Drop selection key. To make the held call active and to put the active call on hold, press (with the display clear of characters). Alternatively: Press and hold the Menu selection key for a second, move the pointer to Swap and press the OK selection key. To end the active call, press and hold the Menu selection key for a second, move the pointer to Drop call and press the OK selection key. Note that pressing will end both of the calls. To make the held call active, press and hold the Menu selection key for a second, move the pointer to Unhold and press the OK selection key. Alternatively: Press (with the display clear of characters).
Making a conference (multiparty) call A conference call is a call where up to five persons can take part (network service). To create a conference call:
Make a call to the first participant that you wish to take part in the conference call (key in the phone number or name and press ). Once this person has answered the call, make a call to the second participant in the normal way. The first call is automatically put on hold. Wait until this second person answers the call. To join the first participant in the call, press and hold the
Menu selection key for a second, move the pointer with
or to Join and press the OK selection key. Now all the participants can hear each other.
You can have a private conversation with one of the call participants. First, press and hold the Menu selection key for a second, move the pointer to Private and press the OK selection key. A list of call participants will appear. Next, press or to move the pointer to the desired person and press the OK selection key. Now you can talk privately with that person. The other participants can continue to converse with each other. Once you have finished the private conversation, return to the conference call: press and hold the Menu selection key for a second, move the pointer to Join and press the OK selection key. All the participants can now hear each other.
Key in the number of the memory location where the phone number (and name) is stored. Press the Memory selection key. Press the Find selection key. The phone number will be displayed. Press the ABC key to view the name stored with the phone number.
Key in the location number. Press the # key. Press the ABC key to view the associated name.
Alternatively you may scroll the locations: Press or. If you want the scrolling to start from a particular location, first key in the location number and then press or. Press the ABC key to view the associated name.
To recall a phone number by corresponding name: Press the Memory selection key. Key in the name or its first letter(s). Press the Find selection key. The name closest to the keyed in characters will appear. You may continue to scroll through the names with or until you reach the desired one. To review the phone number stored with the name, press the ABC key. The location number of the name and phone number is shown in the upper right corner of the display.
Press the ABC key to enter alpha mode. Key in the name or its first letter(s). Press or. The name closest to the keyed in characters will appear. You may continue to scroll through the names with or until you reach the desired one. To review the phone number stored with the name, press the ABC key.
Note: Both the names stored in the SIM card memory (memory A) and those stored in the phone memory (memory B) will be displayed when the security level is set to None or Phone. The names stored in the phone memory will appear first.
ERASING THE CONTENTS OF A MEMORY LOCATION
You can erase single memory locations within Menu (Memory Erasing Options) or by doing as follows:
With the display clear, press the Memory selection key. At the prompt Name:, press the Save selection key. At the prompt Phone number:, press the Save selection key again. Next, do one of the following: Key in the name which is stored in the memory location that you want to erase. Select the desired name with or.
Press the ABC key and key in the memory location that you want to erase. Press the ABC key and use or to reach the memory location that you want to erase.
Press the Erase selection key.
6. Menu Functions
The phone offers a set of functions which allow you to tailor the phone to your particular use. These menu functions are arranged in menus and submenus which can be accessed through the menu facility. In each menu and submenu, you can check and alter the setting of a particular function. The menus and submenus can be entered by scrolling (Menu Method) or using appropriate shortcuts (Shortcut Method). Note that you can access the menu functions even during a call. You can find a list of the menu functions at the back of this guide.
Press the Menu selection key to enter the menu facility. The display will read View menu. Press either or to scroll the list of menus until you reach the desired menu. scrolls the list in reverse order. Press the Select selection key to enter the menu. If the menu contains any submenus, reach the one you want with or. Press the Select selection key. The current setting of the function is indicated by the pointer ( ). Press the or key to scroll the list of setting options until the pointer points to the desired option. Press the OK selection key to select the option. If you dont want to change the setting after all, you can return to the previous menu level by pressing the Quit selection key.
Pressing the C key or pressing and holding the Quit selection key will exit the menu facility.
All the menus, submenus and settings are numbered. This index number is shown in the upper right corner of the display. To access a menu function by its shortcut:
Press the Menu selection key. Key in the number of the menu function you want to access before the two short lines ( _ _ ) in the upper right-hand corner disappear.
To access a submenu function by its shortcut:
Press the Menu selection key. Key in the number of the main menu under which the desired submenu is located. Key in the number of the submenu where the function can be found before the View options text appears. Key in the number of the desired setting option before the short line ( _ ) in front of the current option number disappears.
For instance, to select the ringing volume level 2 (option 2 in Menu 4 2): Press the Menu selection key (to enter the menu facility), 4 (to enter the Phone Settings menu), 2 (to enter the Ringing Volume submenu), 2 (to select ringing level 2).
Most menu functions are provided with a help text which gives a brief description of the displayed function.
Press the Menu selection key to enter the menu facility. Scroll the menus with function. or until you reach the desired
Now you can view the help text of the function in two ways. Either: Wait for 5 seconds. The first page of the help text will appear. The text is scrolled automatically. (If you press the ABC key, you can continue the scrolling manually. Pressing the Quit selection key will exit the text.) Once all the pages have been scrolled, the name of the function will be displayed again. Or: Press the ABC key. The first page of the help text will appear. For additional pages, press the ABC key as many times as necessary. Once you have read the text, either press the Select selection key to enter the function or press the Quit selection key (or the ABC key if you are on the last page of the text) to return to the title screen.
While reading a help text, you can move to the next or previous menu function by pressing or.
Some of the menu functions are network services. These functions can be utilised only if provided by your cellular network. To make use of a network service, you must first subscribe to it. Note that a network service is specific to the SIM card for which you have subscribed it. If you change the SIM card and have not purchased the service for that card, you will not be able to utilise the service. For availability and subscription, contact your network operator.
DESCRIPTIONS OF MENU FUNCTIONS
The following pages explain how to access and operate each menu and submenu function. Note that only a shortcut is given for each function. You can also use the menu method to access the functions.
RECENT CALLS (Menu 01)
Within this menu you can review and erase the phone numbers stored automatically by the phone. Note that the Received Calls and Missed Calls functions are network services which work only in networks which allow you to view the callers phone number. DIALLED CALLS (Menu 01 1) The phone is able to store up to ten phone numbers you have dialled most recently. Press Menu 01 1, use or to scroll through the phone numbers. RECEIVED CALLS (Menu 01 2) This function allows you to review the ten phone numbers from which you have been called.
Press Menu 01 2, use numbers.
to scroll through the phone
MISSED CALLS (Menu 01 3) This function allows you to review the ten phone numbers of people who have tried to reach you with no success. Press Menu and use or to scroll through the phone numbers. Note: The phone only registers missed calls when it is switched on and it is used within the networks service area. When you have selected DIVERT WHEN NOT ANSWERED in Menu 3, the phone will regard the diverted calls as missed calls and will store the callers phone numbers in the normal way. ERASE ALL RECENT CALLS (Menu 01 4) This function lets you erase all the phone numbers which appear in Menu 01 1, Menu and Menu as well as those stored in the notepad memory. To erase the temporarily stored phone numbers: Press Menu 01 4. Caution: The phone numbers are erased without warning. You cannot undo the operation. Note: The temporarily stored phone numbers are erased whenever you take into use a SIM card which is not included in the phones SIM card list. The phone numbers are also erased when you change the security level. For more information, see Security Level (Menu 5 2).
MESSAGES (Menu 2)
As well as making and receiving voice and data calls, the phone can also be used for recording and listening to messages in voice mailboxes and for sending and receiving short text messages (SMS messages). Voice Messages The voice mailbox feature may be either regarded as a network service or simply as a remote control for your personal answering machine. The use of a voice mailbox is simple: You make a call to the mailbox and listen to the messages you have received. The submenus specific to voice messages are Menu (Listen to Voice Messages) and Menu 6 (Set Voice Mailbox Number). SMS Messages The SMS (short message service) function is a network service and may not be supported by your network. Before you can use this function, you must have the phone number of your message service centre available. Contact your network operator for details. When you send an SMS message from your phone, the networks message centre tries to deliver the message to the receiving phone. If the recipient cannot be reached, the message is temporarily stored, for a pre-determined period of time, in the message centre and delivered to the recipient as soon as the receiving phone is available. You may also ask the message centre to convert an ordinary SMS message into some other format such as fax or Email. When your phone receives an SMS message, the message is stored in the area reserved for SMS messages in the phone or SIM card memory, depending on which one is currently selected.
The maximum length of an SMS message is 160 characters. The phone has space for five SMS messages of full length. The submenus specific to SMS messages are all but Menu and Menu 6 (see Voice Messages above). SMS Message Indicators The indicator at the top of the phone display shows if your phone has received any new messages and if there is any space left for new messages. When is shown continuously: You have received new messages. There is still free space in the message memory. When flashes: The message memory is full and you cannot receive any new messages. To delete unnecessary messages, see Viewing and Editing SMS Messages in this chapter. CALLING YOUR VOICE MAILBOX (LISTEN TO VOICE MESSAGES - Menu 2 1) When you enter this function, the phone dials the phone number stored in Menu 6. To check for new messages in your voice mailbox:
Either: Press Menu 2 1. Or: Press and hold the 1 Listen to the messages. End the call by pressing the
Key in the password of the mailbox, if required. key.
VIEWING AND EDITING SMS MESSAGES (READ MESSAGES - Menu 2 2) When you receive an SMS message and there is enough space left in the message memory, the text MESSAGE REindicator will be displayed and a short CEIVED and the tone will sound (if the phones tones have not been set off within Menu 12). When either of the vibration options (RING AND VIBRATE or VIBRATE) is selected in Menu 12, the phone will vibrate. The vibrating option is available only with a special battery.
To read the message immediately: Press the Read selection key. To read the message later: Press the Quit selection key. When you want to read the message, press Menu to enter this function. The number of new messages accompanied by the text NEW is shown). MESSAGE(S) will appear (also Press to view the first message.
Scroll through the message(s) with or. The messages are shown in the order that they were received or stored into memory. An unread message is indicated by the text NEW: followed by the date and time of receipt. The text OLD: indicates that the message has already been read. The text OLD: OWN OR EDITED indicates that the message was created or edited by you. If the sender of the message could be identified, the senders phone number (and name if stored with the
phone number in memory) will be displayed at the end of the message. With a message on the display, you may press a number key and then perform any memory or menu functions in the normal way, e.g. make a call to the sender of the message. When you delete all characters from the display (press and hold the C key), the message will reappear.
Once you have read the message, you can press the
Option or Quit selection key. The Option selection key allows access to a further set of functions. The Quit
selection key returns to the previous menu level.
If you pressed the Option selection key, reach one of the following functions with or and press the OK selection key to perform it. The functions available are: Read next Shows the next message. Erase Deletes the current message from memory. Instead of using this function, you may first press the C key and then the OK selection key. Reply Sends a reply message to the sender of the displayed message. Key in your message. Press the OK selection key to send it. Cut number Copies the phone number from the current message onto the display from which you can then dial it or store it elsewhere. (Instead of using this function, you may press while viewing the message.)
Press Menu to enter this function. Scroll through the message report(s) with or. First, the current status of the message dispatch is shown, with the name or phone number of the recipient. The alternatives are: DELIVERED (message has been delivered to its recipient), PENDING (message hasnt been yet delivered to its recipient), FAILED (dispatch has failed and you should try to send the message again). Note: DELIVERED doesnt necessarily mean that the recipient has already read the message. Press to see the date and time of delivery (TIME:). Press once more to see the first 10 characters of the current message (CONTENT:). Note: In some networks the time is not shown.
Press the Quit selection key to exit the menu.
Delivered and failed reports are automatically removed from the list when you exit this menu. If you switch off the phone when there are pending messages, the report list is cleared
and the network will notify you with DELIVERED or FAILED as soon as the message is delivered or the delivery fails. In some cases, if the delivery is still in progress, the network may notify you of this with the PENDING message.
MESSAGE SETTINGS (Menu 2 5) Under this submenu, a number of message options are available. Setting the SMS Centre Number (Menu 1) In order to send SMS messages, the phone must know the phone number of your SMS centre. You can either set the phone number within this submenu or enter it when prompted to do so. You will obtain the phone number from your network operator upon subscription to the SMS service.
Press Menu 1 to enter this function. Key in the phone number of the message service centre. Press the OK selection key.
Sending an SMS Message in Different Formats (MESSAGE SENT AS - Menu 2) The network may be able to convert your text message (Text) into one of the following formats: FAX, X400, Paging, EMail, ERMES or Voice (message synthesized from an SMS message). The selected format will apply to all messages until you change it.
Press Menu 2 to enter this function. Move the pointer with or press the OK selection key. to the desired format and
In order to receive a converted message, the recipient must have an appropriate terminal device available. For example, the recipient must have a telefax machine or similar device connected to the number you provide if you choose the FAX format. Reply Messages At Your Expense (ACCEPT REPLY COST - Menu 3) This network service allows the recipient of your SMS message to send you a reply message at your expense. The selected option will apply to all messages until you change it.
Press Menu 3 to enter this function. Move the pointer to Yes (reply at your expense) or No with or. Press the OK selection key.
DELIVERY REPORTS (Menu 4) Within this submenu you can turn the Show Delivery Reports function (Menu 2 4) on or off. This function is a network service. Please contact your network operator for details.
Press Menu 4 to enter this function. Move the pointer to Yes (show reports) or No (dont show reports) with or. Press the OK selection key.
Storage Time Of Outgoing Messages (MESSAGE VALIDITY - Menu 5) This network service allows you to set the time that the SMS messages, that you send from the phone, will be stored at the message service centre. If the receiving end cannot be reached within this period of time, the message will be deleted. The selected option will apply to all messages until you change it. If you wish to know the longest possible storage time (the Max. time setting), contact your network operator.
Press Menu 5 to enter this function. Move the pointer to the desired setting, e.g. 24 h, with or and press the OK selection key.
Setting the Voice Mailbox Number (Menu 6) Within this submenu you can set the phone number which is dialled when you enter the Listen to Voice Messages function in Menu or press and hold the 1 key.
Press Menu 6 to enter this function. Key in a new phone number or edit the existing one. Press the OK selection key to store the phone number.
Note: If your network uses separate phone numbers for listening to and storing messages in the voice mailbox, store here the number reserved for listening to messages. For calling the number reserved for storing messages, see Making a Call in chapter General Functions and Storing a Phone Number with a Name in chapter Memory Functions.
CALL DIVERT (Menu 3)
The Call Divert network service allows you to direct your incoming calls to another phone number when you do not want to be disturbed, or when the phone is switched off or outside of the network service area.
Press Menu 3 to enter this function. Reach the desired divert mode with The modes available are as follows: DIVERT ALL CALLS (Menu 3 1): All incoming voice calls are diverted. DIVERT WHEN BUSY (Menu 3 2): Incoming voice calls are diverted only when your phone is busy. DIVERT WHEN NOT ANSWERED (Menu 3 3): Incoming voice calls are diverted when you do not answer them. DIVERT IF NOT REACHABLE (Menu 3 4): Incoming voice calls are diverted when your phone is switched off or outside of the network service area. DIVERT ALL FAX CALLS (Menu 3 5): Fax calls are diverted in all circumstances. DIVERT ALL DATA CALLS (Menu 3 6): Data calls are diverted in all circumstances. CANCEL ALL DIVERTS (Menu 3 7): Set all divert modes off. or.
Press Menu to enter this function. Press or to reach one of the following options:
None Calls can be made and received in the normal way. You can use this option only if you are entitled to do so. For details, contact your network operator. Preset Resets the phone to use a preferential user group that the SIM card owner has agreed upon with the network operator. (For setting up the default group, contact your network operator.) Set Sets the phone to use a particular user group. Calls can be made to or received from the members of the selected group only.
Press the OK selection key to select the desired option. If you selected Set, key in the number of the group you want to use. (You obtain this number from your network operator.) If you make a mistake, you can remove a character to the right by pressing the C key. After you have entered the correct number, press the OK selection key.
When the phone is switched on or the SIM card is changed, the Preset option is taken into use.
Note: If you accidentally select a wrong group, you may not be able to make any calls except for emergency calls to the number 112 or receive any calls. In that case, re-enter this submenu and enter the correct group number.
DURATION AND COST OF CALLS (DURATION AND COST - Menu 6)
Within this menu you can view the duration and cost of your outgoing and incoming calls, reset the timers and counters, limit the duration of calls and select whether the call costs are shown in charging units or units of currency. CALL DURATION (Menu 6 1) Your phone provides two call timers which help you monitor the duration of your calls. You may also reset the timers. Note: The actual invoice for calls by your service provider may vary, depending upon network features, rounding off for billing, and so forth.
Press Menu to enter this function. Use the or key to reach one of the following:
LAST CALL DURATION Shows the duration of the last, or current, outgoing or incoming call in hours, minutes and seconds, e.g. 00:02:15. Note: The duration of incoming calls is not displayed when you are within your home network. ALL CALLS DURATION Provides the total duration of calls made or received with any SIM card that you have used with the phone. The duration is shown in hours, minutes and seconds.
CLEAR TIMERS Resets all timers.
If you selected CLEAR TIMERS, press the OK selection key. Next, key in the security code and press the OK selection key. The message TIMERS CLEARED will show up to indicate that all timers were reset.
Note: There is no way to undo the reset operation. CALL COSTS (Menu 6 2) This network service allows you to check the cost of the last, or current, call or the total cost of all calls that you have made or received since the counters were last reset. The costs are shown in charging units or units of the currency that you have set within Menu 6 4. The call cost is shown for each SIM card separately. Note: The actual invoice for calls and services from your service provider may vary, depending upon network features, rounding off for billing, taxes and so forth.
NETWORK SELECTION (Menu 7)
The phone can be set to automatically select one of the cellular networks available in your area, or you may select the desired network manually in this menu. This function comes in handy when you want to select a particular network, e.g. due to lower call charges. Normally, i.e. when the Automatic option is selected, the phone tries to utilise the network it was last registered on. When the phone is operated in the service area of your home network (i.e. network of the SIM card currently installed in your phone), that network is automatically selected. Outside of the home network service area, the phone will select one of the networks which have a roaming agreement
with the home network. If the phone loses contact with the network it is using, it will automatically try to register on some other roaming network. When you pick up a network manually from the network list, the phone will attempt to register on that network. If the phone cannot reach or loses contact with the selected network (the message PLEASE SELECT NETWORK will appear), you have to select some other network.
Press Menu 7 to enter this function. Press or to reach Automatic or Manual and then press the Select selection key. If you selected Manual, the phone will search for available networks (SEARCH ACTIVE.) and then show all networks in whose service area the phone is currently located. Press or to reach the desired network and press the OK selection key. Note: All of the listed networks may not be accessed by your phone.
If you select other than your home network, this visited network must have a roaming agreement with your home network. If this is not the case, the message NO ACCESS will be displayed. You cannot change the network during a call. Note: When the phone loses contact with the network, you can try to re-establish the contact by pressing any key of the phone (except for ). If this has no effect, enter this menu and perform automatic or manual network selection.
MEMORY FUNCTIONS (Menu 8)
MEMORY SELECTION (Menu 8 1) The phone allows you to store phone numbers and names in the SIM cards memory (known as "memory A") or the phones internal memory ("memory B"). Within this submenu you can set the phone to use either of these memories. The currently selected memory is shown in the top left corner of the display.
To change an existing digit, delete it first by pressing the C key and then key in the desired digit.
To exit the function, press the OK selection key or wait for 10 seconds. Store the phone number in memory in the normal way (see Storing a Phone Number with a Name in chapter Memory Functions).
Sending DTMF Tones
7. Sending DTMF Tones
The Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) tones allow you to communicate with answering machines, computerised telephony systems, etc. DTMF tones can be transmitted even when the keypad tones are set off. (I) Manual Transmission
Make a call to the desired phone number. Key in the digits you want to be sent as DTMF tones. The digits are sent one by one to the network. Press to end the call.
(II) Automatic Transmission Make a call to the desired phone number. Press and hold the Menu selection key for a second. Move the pointer with the OK selection key. Key in the number of the memory location where the DTMF digits are stored and press the Find selection key. The digits are recalled from the given location and sent to the network. The Quit selection key will terminate the transmission but not the call. Press the key to end the call. or to Send DTMF and press
Linking two memory locations together A memory location may hold up to 30 characters. You may, however, link two locations together if you want to store the phone number of the receiving device and the DTMF digit
sequence together, for instance. To link two locations (only in phone memory):
Key in or recall from memory the phone number (e.g. 123 456) that you want to link with a DTMF sequence. Press the D key twice quickly. This adds a + character to the end of the phone number. Key in the memory location where you will store the DTMF sequence. For example, if the DTMF sequence is to be stored in location 33, the display should read 123456+33. If you use different DTMF sequences in combination with the same phone number, you can skip this step. (If there is no location number after the + character, the phone will prompt for it.)
Store the phone number including the + character (and, optionally, the location of DTMF digits) into memory. Key in and store the DTMF digit sequence in the given location (location 33 in this case). You can skip this step if you have not stored a location number after the + character in step 3.
To send a linked sequence:
Key in the number of the memory location where the first part of the linked sequence is stored. Press. If you have not specified a location number after the + character, the phone will ask for it after the call has been connected. At the prompt Location number:, key in the location and press the Find selection key.
Placing p and w characters between DTMF digits You may insert a pause of 2.5 seconds or a wait in front of, or between DTMF digits. For a pause, press the D key three times quickly so that a p is displayed. All digits following the pause will be sent as DTMF tones. For a wait character, press the D key four times quickly so that a w is displayed. To send a DTMF sequence which contains wait characters:
Make a DTMF call in the normal way. Wait for answer. Press the DTMF selection key as many times as there are wait characters. All digits following these characters will be sent as DTMF tones.
Note: Some SIM cards do not allow pause or wait characters. If your SIM card rejects the characters, first select the phone memory and then store the sequence.
Care and Maintenance
8. Care and Maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and craftmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to fulfill the warranty obligations and to enjoy this product for many years. Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of small childrens reach. Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits. Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts can be damaged. Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics. Do not store the phone in cold areas. When the phone warms up (to its normal temperature), moisture can form inside the phone, which may damage electronic circuit boards. Do not attempt to open the phone. Non-expert handling of the phone may damage it. Do not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough handling can break internal circuit boards. Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean the phone. Wipe it with a soft cloth slightly dampened in a mild soap-and-water solution. If the phone or any of its accessories are not working properly, take them to your nearest qualified service facility. The personnel there will assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service.
Nokia in Russia: Milestones in Mobility
1948: Nokia begins delivery of cable products to Russian market, its neighbour and the world largest nation. Over the next 40 years, Nokia established itself as a leading telecommunications supplier, delivering radio telephony and telephone switching systems to Russian customers. 1991: When the era of mobility begins in Russia, Nokia is among the first to supply mobile phones to the Delta Telecom in St. Petersburg, the first Russian mobile operator. Nokia phones were already recognized for their unique design and ease-of-use. 1994: GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) era begins in Russia. The inaugural call of the NWGSM network was made using a Nokia 2110 phone, by Finnish President Matti Ahtisaari. Nokia 2110, featuring Cyrillic characters, becomes one of the top-selling mobile phones in Russian market. 1997: Nokia forms the Russian company, ZAO Nokia, establishing with offices in Moscow and St Petersburg. Currently, ZAO Nokia employs more than 60 people. Nokia establishes nationwide network of authorized dealers and service centers to educate and serve customers throughout the worlds largest territory. 1999: The Nokia 7110 -- Nokia's first WAP-enabled phone -- is launched, marking the birth of the mobile data era in the Russian market. The Nokia 7110 was a well-received Nokia mobile phone model in Russia, setting a benchmark for functionality and design. 2002: Russian operators VimpelCom and Megafon introduce Nokia MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) solutions, enabling Russian consumers to send and receive images, video clips and sound clips directly to their phones. Nokia 7650 imaging phone becomes best selling MMS-enabled device in Russian market. TODAY: Nokia is a major supplier of GSM networks and MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) to leading Russian operators, including VimpelCom, Megafon and MTS (MobileTeleSystems). Nokia Networks supplies Professional Mobile Radio systems to the Russian oil and gas industries. Nokia offers fixed broadband solutions for fast Internet access in major urban centres, to such leading operators as MGTS (Moscow City Telephone Network) and Golden Telecom. Nokia supplies TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) solutions / switching and access systems to the Russian market. The Nokia TETRA System is a complete, digital trunked mobile radio solution for professional mobile radio users and includes both network infrastructure and mobile radios. Nokia hosts New Thinking, New Potential conference to outline strategy for new growth markets; launches Nokia 1100 and Nokia 2300 phones.
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